There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. Ephesians 4:4-6
Isn’t it amazing that there is just One? With all the churches, all the denominations, all the different ways of doing things, all the different languages and customs and cultures, there is still only One?
One God and Father of all. One.
All the history. All the different twists and turns Christianity has taken in the last 2,000 years, there is still only One?
How about all the different interpretations? Or all the mistakes? With all the false teachers and false prophets, there is still only One? That you have the same One that someone had 450 years ago? They chanted; you sing; still the same one? Yes. Only One.
No matter what anyone says or does about it, there’s still only One. Peter worshiped the same One. Paul was blinded by the same One. Others were persecuted (and many are now) because they follow the same One.
It’s always been One. Even before Christ … before time, for that matter, there was only One. The same One. And at the end of time, there will only be One. The same One that has always been.
How do you know you have the right one? That’s easy … there’s only One. If there were more than one, that might be a problem, but there’s not. There is only One.
Isn’t that a comfort to know there’s only One?